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beau the bullets took out the front and rear window of their suv. >> time for today's look at who is talking. rapper kanye west not minuting words. image that when asked in a radio interview about his relationship with president obama. you might remember he called kanye a fool about the mtv video music awards. that was the year he interrupted taylor swift's acceptance speech. he now says he feels used by president obama. >> the president likes to use that type of thing. people was fine with me being everybody's punching bag for about five years. it's the person we love to hate. just say we hate can kanye. we often use that, too. that's how the world felt. but i think like i don't care if somebody is the president or not. i care about how you are helping people and what you bring to the world. that's lowering my priority and thinking at this point. >> this isn't the first time he has expressed disz conte-- kisdt with a president. he took a moment to insinuate george bush was a racist. >> george bush doesn't care about black people. please come. >> kanye also said his wife kim karda
to lagging sales. our phil lebeau explains in chicago. hey, phil. >> reporter: this is about the new vehicle that lincoln has unveiled today, called the mkc. let's look at it. it's really a small crossover utility vehicle. they're calling it a small suv. but it's built on a car platform. it will start at just under $34,000. now, lincoln is hoping the mkc captures the growing demand for small suvs and luxury crossover utility vehicles. year-to-date, lincoln sales down 3%. they've had no traction at all, while the luxury market overall is up 11%. but the head of lincoln says he believes things are starting to turn around. >> as the luxury business is about brand, it's about contribution margin, and it's about customers buying the best product. and we are really pleased to see that our price on the new mkc are up almost $6,000. our hybrid mix is over 30% now, which is something we didn't expect, frankly. >> reporter: so there are some metrics that are moving in favor of lincoln, which really has been stuck in the mud for a long time. but jim farley thinks they can bring it around. the showrooms
. >> we are getting numbers on auto sales. chrysler already came out with a miss. phil lebeau has ford numbers. >> reporter: these are slightly below the estimate, overall ford for the month of october, an increase of sales of 14%. again, the street was expecting 15.5%. a couple of numbers stand out here. the best retail sales for the month of october since 2004. we usually don't focus on just one month. that is interesting. best retail sales since 2004. the f-series, it continues to be just incredible. up 63,000 in terms of total sales, up 13% for the month. that is the sixth straight month with f-series sales of greater than 60,000. guys back to you. >> phil, thank you for that. >> the stock does anything. >> i was going to ask you, you know, we've seen some of the whole sale inventory numbers showing stockpiling at auto dealers. some of the loans are stretched out. >> gm stories there about no deals, deals, i think if you don't offer these deals, you got to stay on that treadmill. these stocks have stalled. i don't know why. i'm saying that it's not as easy because europe is turning
, president obama's approval rating reached a new low of 42%. it got so bad even beau is trying to distance himself. >> it's 8:00 on the east coast and 5:00 a.m. on the west coast. get out of bed, willie. you don't even have to shave today. just get up. take a look at new york city. it's beautiful out. we have mike barnacle and in washington, robert gibbs. >> now go to the affordable care act. it makes me sad. >> according to the associated press at least 3.5 million americans have been issued cancellation notices. 3.5 million. think about this. >> if you like your policy, you can keep it right? >> 3.5 million have been kicked off. about 5% will experience this upgrade or this move to another plan. not being able to see their doctors. it's bad. in the grand scheme of things, it is a small number and should have been considered if you know anything about rolling out anything in the press. you should have known there would be pieces on this and it would have been heart wrenching. there heart wrenching stories. >> why didn't he push more when he said you can keep your policy. >> they are pushi
are not so happy about black friday. let's go to chicago. phil lebeau will have the rest of that story. >>> leanne gregg reporting for us in denver. we're going to jump real quickie to the white house because we wanted to show this to everybody. as you can see the first family is out front to welcome the christmas tree that has just arrived there at the white house. and we see the first lady along with the two dogs there and her children as well as the big christmas tree for america's house comes into view. we'll get a better shot of this but we know the president and first family, they spent the holiday at the white house yesterday. we had the listing of pies, nine different pies. yesterday the president making phone calls to our service members to thank them for their service and wish them a happy holiday. there we see the first family greeting the christmas tree that's going to be up and for everybody's viewing pleasure at the white house shortly. we see it pulled in and just amazing, look at those horses too. >>> so we take you back from the white house on to walmart as leeann had
happy. >>> some walmart workers and their supporters protesting low wages today. phil lebeau joins us with more. >> reporter: behind me about 75 people protesting low wages at walmart. we asked these people how many of you actually work for walmart? we found 3 people of the 75 who actually work for walmart. brings up the question why are these people protesting at this walmart and supposedly 15 wall marts around the country. they believe they should be bringing the minimum wage up to $12.50 an hour. in their words, that's the right way to help the workers earn more. >> it's about the choice that the company makes. at the end of the day, it is not fair that we as american taxpayers have to add to the bottom line of the most profitable company in america. we're talking about the world's largest employer. they can, indeed, afford to pay higher wages. >>> and again, the minimum wage for walmart workers is $8.80. it's a number of groups coming together, calling themselves jobs for justice. walmart has 1.4 million employees in the u.s. and the ceo says they do pay higher than most other ret
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